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I used the org. pedal(Upper part) and welded a plate to it....I like it much better then when it pivoted on the floor
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Devilboy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/14/2018 at 8:45am
Originally posted by farna farna wrote:

I have a Jeep XJ pedal in mine now.
Originally posted by one bad rambler one bad rambler wrote:

I used the org. pedal(Upper part) and welded a plate to it.

Frank & Anthony, could you guys please show me a photo of what you did for possible future reference if I ever decide to change it? I am curious & interested in seeing your fixes. Thanks.
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I used a gas peddle from a 80's ford mustang or most other ford cars have the same set up on my car bolts to the firewall and has a built in return spring
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Originally posted by one bad rambler one bad rambler wrote:

I used the org. pedal(Upper part) and welded a plate to it....I like it much better then when it pivoted on the floor

I have done the same thing, but welded the bottom section of a late model pedal. It's much more responsive and less fatiging to drive. Obviously remove the assembly to weld so you don't set the vehicle on fire. Or use wet towels around the area if you are lazy.
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Thanks guys. Would love to see some photos of your fixes.
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Originally posted by Lucas660 Lucas660 wrote:

Originally posted by one bad rambler one bad rambler wrote:

I used the org. pedal(Upper part) and welded a plate to it....I like it much better then when it pivoted on the floor

I have done the same thing, but welded the bottom section of a late model pedal. It's much more responsive and less fatiging to drive. Obviously remove the assembly to weld so you don't set the vehicle on fire. Or use wet towels around the area if you are lazy.
        Just starting my car is fatiguing..LOL.. I have size 13 triple e i don`t think i even need a gas pedal...
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